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War and the soldier in the fourteenth century

by Adrian R. Bell

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Published by Boydell Press in Woodbridge, Suffolk ; Rochester, NY .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain
    • Subjects:
    • Arundel and Surrey, Richard Fitzalan, Earl of, 1346-1397 -- Military leadership,
    • Military art and science -- Great Britain -- History -- Medieval, 500-1500,
    • Hundred Yearsʹ War, 1339-1453 -- Participation, British,
    • Soldiers -- Great Britain -- History -- To 1500,
    • Great Britain -- History, Military -- 1066-1485

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. [227]-233) and index.

      StatementAdrian R. Bell.
      SeriesWarfare in history
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA60 .B45 2004
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxiii, 246 p. ;
      Number of Pages246
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3290255M
      ISBN 101843831031
      LC Control Number2004004825

      Professor Bell also specialises in the Hundred Years War and his book, War and the Soldier in the Fourteenth Century, was published by Boydell and Brewer in Autumn In he was awarded a major grant from the AHRC (jointly with Professor Anne Curry, University of Southampton) to investigate “The Soldier in Later Medieval England” for. This page contains a list of joint and individual publications by the members of the project team on various aspects of medieval military history Team Books and edited collections: Adrian R. Bell, Anne Curry, Andy King and David Simpkin, The Soldier in Later Medieval England (Oxford: Oxford University Press, ), pp. Andy King and [ ].

      John Hawkwood was fourteenth-century Italy's most notorious and successful soldier. A man known for cleverness and daring, he was the most feared mercenary in Renaissance Italy. Born in England, Hawkood began his career in France during the Hundred Years' War and crossed into Italy with the famed White Company in From that time until his death in , Hawkwood fought throughout 4/5(3). Jan 01,  · The Fourteenth century soldier - More Chaucer’s knight or medieval career? The role of mercenary troops in Spain in the fourteenth century: The civil war The teutonic order’s mercenaries during the ‘Great War’ with Poland-Lithuania(–11) The book discusses principally the iconography and text of a mid 15th century copy of Cited by: 1.

      May 01,  · Horse Soldiers is the impressive story of the US Special Forces team sent into Afghanistan after 9/11 to capture Mazar-I-Sharif. So the first action against terrorists of the 21st century winds up conducted on horse back, more accurately a cavalry charge much like 5/5(5). In Italy, the carroccio or carro della guerra, the "war wagon", was an elaboration of this practice that developed during the 13th century. The carro della guerra of Milan was described in detail in by Bonvesin de la Riva in his book on the "Marvels of Milan".


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Get this from a library. War and the soldier in the fourteenth century. [Adrian R Bell]. War and the Soldier in the Fourteenth Century, by Adrian R. Bell (Woodbridge: The Boydell P., ; pp. xvi + £50). Although potential readers would not guess it from the title of this book, this is a closely observed investigation of the men—in all, more than 5, of them—who served in the two English armies that, under the command of Richard Fitzalan, earl of Arundel, campaigned Author: Andrew Ayton.

Little is known about the soldiers who fought in the Hundred Years War, though much about tactics and weapons. Adrian Bell's book redresses the balance: he explores the 'military community' through focusing on the records of the two royal expeditions led by Richard Fitzalan, earl of Arundel, in andwhere the extensive surviving evidence makes it possible to identify those who served.

The wars of the fourteenth-century English kings with France and Scotland resulted in a dramatic increase in the number of men involved in warfare on land and sea. This book draws upon new research to identify and analyze these soldiers at all social levels in the specific context of the county Price: $ War and the Soldier in the Fourteenth Century (Warfare in History) [Adrian R.

Bell] on astonmartingo.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Little is known about the soldiers who fought in the Hundred Years War, though much about tactics and weapons.

Adrian Bell's book redresses the balance: he explores the 'military community' through focusing on the records of the two royal expeditions led by Cited by: 4. THE ART OF war, the middle ages from the fourth to the fourteenth century eBook - $ ~ABOUT THE CD~ These are ELECTRONIC BOOKS.

You will receive 1 x regular data CD containing the e-books as stated above. THE ART OF war, the middle ages from the fourth to the fourteenth century eBook - $ ~ABOUT THE CD~ These are ELECTRONIC BOOKS. The “long” fourteenth century saw England fighting wars on a number of diverse fronts — not just abroad, in the Hundred Years War, but closer to home.

But while tactics, battles, and logistics have been frequently discussed, the actual experience of being a soldier has been less often studied. Book Description: The "long" fourteenth century saw England fighting wars on a number of diverse fronts - not just abroad, in the Hundred Years War, but closer to home.

But while tactics, battles, and logistics have been frequently discussed, the actual 'experience' of being a soldier has been less often studied.

Bell, A. () War and the soldier in the fourteenth century. Warfare in history. Boydell & Brewer, Woodbridge, pp ISBN Full text not archived in this repository. It is advisable to refer to the publisher's version if you intend to cite from this work.

See Guidance on citing. Jan 09,  · War and the Soldier in the Fourteenth Century. Paul Solon. War and the Soldier in the Fourteenth Century. By Adrian R. Bell.

Rochester, N.Y.: Boydell Press, ISBN Tables. Notes. Bibliography. Index. The crux of the book is not narrative but prosopographical analysis. Surviving musters make it possible to identify and Author: Paul Solon. Jun 25,  · The Fighting Essex Soldier: Recruitment, War and Society in the Fourteenth Century, While the main focus of the collected essays here is the fourteenth-century phase of the war, the net was cast more widely and a strong contextualisation provided.

The book overall is a model of a local study set within a national context and should Author: Anne Curry. Organised crime in fourteenth-century Essex: Hugh de Badewe, Essex soldier and gang member / Gloria Harris The fighting men of Essex: service relationships and the poll tax / Sam Gibbs -- 6.

Shipping the troops and fighting at sea: Essex ports and mariners in England's wars, / Andrew Ayton and Craig Lambert -- 7. The papers in this special issue exemplify how, through the study of sources beyond the chronicles which have tended to dominate historical writing about fourteenth-century military history in western Europe, we can advance our knowledge on how war was waged by Author: Anne Curry, Adrian R.

Bell. The Hundred Years' War was fought between France and England during the late Middle astonmartingo.com lasted years from to The war started because Charles IV of France died in without an immediate male heir (i.e., a son or younger brother).

Edward III of England then believed he had the right to become the new king of France through his mother. The "long" fourteenth century saw England fighting wars on a number of diverse fronts - not just abroad, in the Hundred Years War, but closer to home.

But while tactics, battles, and logistics have been frequently discussed, the actual experience of being a soldier has been less often studied. Via a careful re-evaluation of original sources, and the use of innovative methodological techniques.

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Books online: War and the Soldier in the Fourteenth Century (Warfare in Brand: Boydell & Brewer Ltd. Nov 17,  · The "long" fourteenth century saw England fighting wars on a number of diverse fronts - not just abroad, in the Hundred Years War, but closer to home.

But while tactics, battles, and logistics have been frequently discussed, the actual experience of being a soldier has been less often studied. Feb 09,  · The Fourteenth Century is "my" century, and in my career I've been a professional military officer, Medieval historian and author.

Perhaps that's why I admire Lt-Col Alfred H. Burne, D.S.O. and Fellow, Royal Historical Society, who wrote this valuable history book back in the s using his own combination of skills as historian, professional military tactician in the British Army, and story Cited by: 4.

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